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10 Food Substitutions to Take Care of Your Heart

10 Food Substitutions to Take Care of Your Heart

February is American Heart Month, the perfect time to learn some new heart healthy habits! Our food choices play a big role in our heart health…. both now and in the future. Knowing what the “healthy” choice is can be tricky. Here are some food substitutions that make your heart happy!

Bok Choy: Vitamin K Powerhouse

Bok Choy: Vitamin K Powerhouse

Do you love collard greens, turnips, kale, broccoli, or brussels sprouts? Bok choy, or pak choi, is a delicious leafy vegetable in the same family as all those delicious veggies! You can find bok choy growing in October through June in Georgia.

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5 Candy Free Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day

5 Candy Free Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is a sweet day that offers many sweet treats, but there are many other ways to celebrate this day! Here are some additional ways to spread the love:

8 Winning Super Bowl Treats

8 Winning Super Bowl Treats

Looking for some delicious treats for the big game? These tasty and healthful snacks are sure to win over any fan.

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Fermented Foods: The Facts

Fermented Foods: The Facts

Lately, fermentation has become a buzz word in the world of food and nutrition. When you hear the term “fermented foods” you may think of sauerkraut, yogurt, kimchi, some pickles, or sourdough bread and kombucha. But what does “fermented” even mean when it comes to food?

Herbal Tea: The Benefits

Herbal Tea: The Benefits

Nothing says comfort and warmth like a steaming mug of a hot beverage when it’s cold outside. There are so many options to choose from to fill up your cup! However, many of them can be high in calories and added sugars. Tea is a wonderful option that avoids these pitfalls.

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12 goals for a better 2020

12 goals for a better 2020

There’s a lot of pressure to accomplish big New Year’s Resolutions. Instead of focusing on one large goal, what if you broke down each month into a smaller goal?